Mr. Taylor Mills comes from South Carolina, U.S.A. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from North Greenville University in 2010. He was a coach at TL Hanna High School for three years, receiving his Coaching License from the US Soccer Federation. He also received his TESOL and moved to Hanoi, Vietnam in 2007.
We believe that children should have many opportunities to explore multiple interests and enhance a variety of skills.
St. Paul's BEYOND Program is designed to offer a wide range of opportunities for ALL students. We aim to offer a variety of purposeful activities beyond the classroom to develop skills, to become life-long learners and responsible global citizens.
St. Paul students will sign up for BEYOND upon enrolling and have the option to choose areas that interests them.
BEYOND classes that take place Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:00-4:00 pm. Below are just a few examples of the types of BEYOND classes offered:
St. Paul Hanoi also participates in other extra-curricular activities with Hanoi Activities Conference (HAC) and Model UN (Model United Nations). These groups provide opportunities for students to participate in interscholastic activities with other schools.
At St. Paul American School Hanoi, we allow and encourage students to demonstrate leadership by hosting Student-Led Clubs at the school such as Model UN, Student Council and St.Paul Broadcasting Channel. These clubs are advised by St.Paul teachers and meet during lunch or after school.
Field trips and excursions are authorized and may be taken as an extension of the classroom to contribute to the achievement of the educational goals of the school. While on field trips, students are guests and considered ambassadors and representatives of the school. Students must treat employees, chaperones, and guides with respect and courtesy.
Parents are notified before the trip concerning the destination, times, and lunch arrangements if required. Parents are encouraged to accompany students and teachers on a field trip. Trips taken outside of the city of Hanoi require parents to sign a release.
Teachers plan trips of this nature to give students a learning hands-on, real world learning experience outside and beyond the traditional four walls of a classroom.